After the walls were patched, I tiled the floor with this beautiful 18x18 travertine tile below.
After the floor was down, we installed the upgraded baseboard below. Before installing it, I painted it glossy ultra white, along with the bathroom door. The ceiling got bright white ceiling paint.
And I picked up this Euro-style vanity/sink below at Home Depot for a very reasonable price.
And the kids just LOVED this faucet!
The hubby installed lighting over the linen closet………………………………….
…………………………and lighting over the tub.
The lighting over the tub was really important because, after hanging the home-made shower curtain below, there was not much light in the shower. I fell in love with this outdoor fabric when I saw it a few years ago in a fabric store in Louisville, KY, so I decided to make a shower curtain out of it.
The reason I wanted the shower curtain really high was to make the room appear taller and larger, but you just can’t find shower curtains that long. It’s also hard to find shower liners that long, so when I see them, I usually buy two or three so I can change them out when they start getting yucky.
My husband also built these floating shelves that I designed for linen closet. The way I photographed it, the shelves look crooked, but they ARE level. Yep, he’s a handy man to have around, when he has the time. I try not to keep him too busy on the weekends, because he works so hard during the week at his hectic job. And the paint is not THAT green! Holy Cow, I can hardly look at that photo! It literally makes my eyes water!
I found this European-style towel holder below at IKEA, which I think goes well with the Euro-style sink. The toilet paper holder and hand towel hook are from the same line as the towel holder.
The last little detail in this room is the art work. (OMG, I just noticed my reflection in the pic below! Maybe I need a photography class!!)
These framed fishy prints are actually photographs of the walls in our children’s previous bathroom.
I e-mailed them to my brother and he printed them for me with his fancy, schmancy printer.
Crazy, I know!
But they LOVED it!